Bayelsa Prostitutes Also Cry

Once upon a time, there used to be free money in Yenagoa. Political office holders had so much and to spare. Civil servants had their vaults full of cash and could afford to lavish street girls on Yenagoa streets with some good cash. In those days, drinking joints, night clubs, red light zones in the state capital were a beehive of activities.


Ukanafun Militants Have Turned Me To A Beggar-Refugee Teacher

More refugees from Ukanafun are still pleading with the governor, Udom Emmanuel, for his assistance in cushioning the effect of their travails in the hands of militants in Ukanafun. One of them,  Kufre Urom from Ikot Akpa Idem, a 30 year old and B.Sc (English/Education) graduate, narrates his experiences to an online news agency, Straight news.

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